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next on the list where he served under the legendary paul brown and an old school football man who passed on walsh when it was time to name a successor, leaving the bengals for a year in san diego before getting his first chance as a head coach. >> and there were those in the league that did not think i was head coach material to let everybody know it, including paul brown, who i had worked for. so it was difficult all the way through. then my big break, of course, they came at stanford university. >> paul brown's loss was stanford's game. under walsh, they won successive bowl games. parallelling the 49ers team, declining to the league's depths. under the new owner, unpopular general manager, they went through three coaches in two years. >> they asked me when i first went to stanford if i would be the head coach of the 49ers. of course, i had nothing to do with it. but then they decided that they needed to revamp the whole thing and i was right there. and we met. and we made it happen. >> reporter: but not right away. walsh's first team equaled the franchise record for the fertilit
stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> in the mist of this county lays these red trees named after john muir. let's look at this look of muir woods. >> this suggest a path born before thoughts could be made into the words. here is this ancient place, the elderly among these trees are more than a thousand years old and the young ones a mere 2-300. john muir said any fool can destroy a tree and even if they could run and hide, the same fools would hunt them down to make a dollar from their bark. there is a sense of irony in that a man would come from california to save the forest. setting about the task of preserving the land of this canyon. in 1903, kent perchasedt purchased 60 600 acres. >> he encouraged the railroad to put in a spur line that would bring people in and he build the inn. >> they would last for years, but soon after kent purchased the land, a nearby natural disaster put it at risk. the 1906 earthquake and fire leveled most of the city. and they turned the
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